“Crazy/Beautiful” quotes

Movie Crazy/Beautiful
Title Crazy/Beautiful
Year 2001
Director John Stockwell
Genre Drama, Romance
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Plot – Nicole Oakley, daughter of a rich Member of Congress who is always away for work, attends an exclusive high school in Pacific Palisades. Rebellious and self-destructive, she decides to conquer the heart of Carlos Nunez, a Latino that has to make sacrifices to attend the same school. Nicole ends up falling in love with Carlos even if the relationship seems to be doomed to end because of the many differences between the two. His family, solid and loving, fear that Nicole could damage Carlos' school commitment. Even Nicole's father is against the relationship because he fears that his daughter might damage the promising boy. Carlos has to take a difficult decision but he trusts Nicole's kindness.
All actors – Kirsten Dunst, Jay Hernandez, Bruce Davison, Herman Osorio, Miguel Castro, Tommy De La Cruz, Rolando Molina, Soledad St. Hilaire, Lucinda Jenney, Taryn Manning, Richard Steinmetz, Ana Argueta, Neil Looy, Marion Moseley, Mike Jones, Carolyn McKnight, Michael J. Fisher, Cory Hardrict, Keram Malicki-Sánchez, Kimi Reichenberg, Matt McKane, Jim Jackman, Kevin Kane, Griselda Diaz, Claudia Soundy, Rick Dallago, Berenice Ayala, Virginia Sánchez, Hank Mendoza, María Díaz, Louie Liberti, Bob Sattler, John Marrott, Josh Vaughn, Devon Williams, David Benitez, Tracy Claustro, Jackie Napal, Gary Cruz, Magdaleno Robles Jr., Matt Hobbie, John Pemberton, Michael Beardsley, Joshua Feinman, Matt Holly, Louis E. Rosas
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